With the Data Privacy Day and the data privacy week, the end of January has a particular focus on protecting data.
The GDPR caused an uproar when it was implemented in 2018, but by today we see more and more countries adopting similar laws and regulations. And for a good reason, too: in our special on data privacy, read expert commentary on data privacy, but also useful knowledge about how your personal data is being used – data collection is not always evil.
Meta simplifies privacy doc, but your data isn’t safe
Traditionally, security architectures focused on protecting the network. In a connected world, this approach is no longer effective. A zero trust security architecture is essential for every organisation.
Today marks the 4th anniversary of GDPR. We spoke to eight experts and asked them, what changes the regulation brought.
Thanks to Vlad “The Invader” Putin, the EU, UK and US are fast-tracking cyber laws. But some experts think the laws and regulations lack proper incentives beyond fines and prosecution.
Organisations collect and store more data than ever before. However, this data is at greater risk than ever. For Data Protection Day 2022 we asked industry experts about their views on the state of data privacy.